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New York, New York - Day 2

After a rather hectic but frabjous first day in New York, I was excited to keep exploring! Here’s what I got up to on Day 2: 1,060 more words


The Noob's Guide to Cycling:  Being Prepared for Cycling in Nasty Weather and having the Right Bikes

I have my blogging “career” to thank for having a rain bike. In my first months of owning a road bike I noticed that many of the bloggers I read had a secondary bike reserved for nasty weather. 1,100 more words



It’s that time again, time for 30 Days of Biking.

For those of us in the northern hemisphere it’s a great way to jump start the cycling season. 64 more words


Day 15: Fukuroi to Fuji

Elements were on my side, but for some reason I just couldn’t get into the zone.

During the AM it was warm-ish, but there was a vail of cloud blocking the sun. 213 more words


A Suggestion for the Hoboken Flood Walls

Most US American cities and towns are a car centric sprawl of endless suburban houses interrupted by strip malls, parks, schools and maybe a factory. There will usually be a down-town with some high-rises, a city hall and maybe a bus or train station. 1,117 more words


Minding the gap: real and perceived.

So there I was. Crossing the enormous intersection and just about reenter the bike path on the other side when a cyclist overtook me. There wasn’t much space. 395 more words